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Head & Shoulders Conditioner

Ingredients: Pyrithione Zinc
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A head is the part of an organism, which usually comprises the eyes, ears, nose and mouth, each of which aid in various sensory functions, such as sight, hearing, smell, and taste. Some very simple animals may not have a head, but many bilaterally symmetric forms do. Heads develop in animals by an evolutionary trend known as cephalization. In bilaterally symmetrical animals, nervous tissues concentrate at the anterior region, forming structures responsible for information processing. Through biological evolution, sense organs and feeding structures also concentrate into the anterior region; these collectively form the head.

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Posted By TunefulGal in viewpoints.com on October 23, 2010 @ 12:00 am

This Head and Shoulders shampoo really does stops the itch! By golly, Head & Shoulders' new *Pyrithione Zinc Dandruff Shampoo *fulfills its promise! A double wash quells the itch and leaves hair fee...


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